Aktuelle Auktion Nr. 71

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MACEDON. Akanthos. Tetradrachm (Circa 470-430 BC). Obv: Lion right, attacking bull crouching left; in exergue, fish left.
Rev: AKA - N - ΘIO - N.
Shallow incuse around quadripartite square in relief. HGC 3.1, 385. Condition: Good very fine. Weight: 17.37 g.
Diameter: 28 mm.

MACEDON. Akanthos. Tetradrachm (Circa 470-430 BC).

Obv: Lion right, attacking bull crouching left; in exergue, fish left.

Rev: AKA – N – ΘIO – N.

Shallow incuse around quadripartite square in relief.

HGC 3.1, 385.

Condition: Good very fine.

Weight: 17.37 g.

Diameter: 28 mm.

KINGS OF MACEDON. Philip II (359-336 BC). GOLD Stater. Pella. Obv: Laureate head of Apollo right.
Rev: ΦΙΛΙΠΠΟΥ.
Charioteer driving biga right. Controls: Below horses, thunderbolt above Σ. Le Rider 555-8; SNG ANS 185; HGC 3.1, 846. Condition: Very fine, some tooling in the hair, and some polishing in the fields. Weight: 8.52 g.
 Diameter: 18 mm.

KINGS OF MACEDON. Philip II (359-336 BC). GOLD Stater. Pella.

Obv: Laureate head of Apollo right.

Rev: ΦΙΛΙΠΠΟΥ.

Charioteer driving biga right. Controls: Below horses, thunderbolt above Σ.

Le Rider 555-8; SNG ANS 185; HGC 3.1, 846.

Condition: Very fine, some tooling in the hair, and some polishing in the fields.

Weight: 8.52 g.

Diameter: 18 mm.

KINGS OF MACEDON. Alexander III 'the Great' (336-323 BC). GOLD Stater. Lampsakos. Lifetime issue.
Obv: Helmeted head of Athena right.
Rev: AΛΕΞΑΝΔΡΟΥ.
Nike standing left, holding wreath and stylis. Controls: To left, conjoined horse foreparts; monogram below left wing. Price 1358; HGC 3.1, 893c. Condition: Good very fine. Weight: 8.56 g.
Diameter: 18 mm.

KINGS OF MACEDON. Alexander III ‚the Great‘ (336-323 BC). GOLD Stater. Lampsakos. Lifetime issue.

Obv: Helmeted head of Athena right.

Rev: AΛΕΞΑΝΔΡΟΥ.

Nike standing left, holding wreath and stylis. Controls: To left, conjoined horse foreparts; monogram below left wing.

Price 1358; HGC 3.1, 893c.

Condition: Good very fine.

Weight: 8.56g.

Diameter: 18mm.

ASIA MINOR. Uncertain southern mint. Stater (Circa mid 5th century BC). Obv: City walls with three towers.
Rev: Forepart of bull right; monogram to lower right; all within incuse square. Cf. CNG 109, lot 190; cf. Heritage 3067, lot 30189 (as Tarsos[?]). Extremely rare and a new type for a possibly heretofore undiscovered mint, as well as one of the earliest architectural types.
Condition: Good very fine. Weight: 10.76 g.
Diameter: 19 mm.

ASIA MINOR. Uncertain southern mint. Stater (Circa mid 5th century BC)..

Obv: City walls with three towers.

Rev: Forepart of bull right; monogram to lower right; all within incuse square.

Cf. CNG 109, lot 190; cf. Heritage 3067, lot 30189 (as Tarsos[?]).

Extremely rare and a new type for a possibly heretofore undiscovered mint, as well as one of the earliest architectural types.

Condition: Good very fine.

Weight: 10.76g.

Diameter: 19mm.

MYSIA. Kyzikos. EL Hemihekte (Circa 550-450 BC). Obv: Head of ephebos left set upon disk; below, tunny left.
Rev: Quadripartite incuse square. Nomisma VII 105; cf. SNG BN 248 (stater); cf. Boston MFA 1476 (hekte); Rosen -. Very rare Condition: Good very fine. Weight: 1.34 g.
Diameter: 9 mm.

MYSIA. Kyzikos. EL Hemihekte (Circa 550-450 BC).

Obv: Head of ephebos left set upon disk; below, tunny left.

Rev: Quadripartite incuse square.

Nomisma VII 105; cf. SNG BN 248 (stater); cf. Boston MFA 1476 (hekte); Rosen -.

Very rare

Condition: Good very fine.

Weight: 1.34g.

Diameter: 9mm.

MYSIA. Kyzikos. EL Hekte (5th-4th centuries BC). Obv: Boy seated facing, head right, with legs splayed to left, holding tunny by the tail.
Rev: Quadripartite incuse square.
Cf. Nomisma VII 169 (unlisted denomination); cf. SNG BN 316 (stater); cf. Boston MFA 1511 (same); CNG 102, lot 374; Triton XVII, lot 264. Very rare
Condition: Very fine. Weight: 2.65 g.
Diameter: 10 mm.

MYSIA. Kyzikos. EL Hekte (5th-4th centuries BC).

Obv: Boy seated facing, head right, with legs splayed to left, holding tunny by the tail.

Rev: Quadripartite incuse square.

Cf. Nomisma VII 169 (unlisted denomination); cf. SNG BN 316 (stater); cf. Boston MFA 1511 (same); CNG 102, lot 374; Triton XVII, lot 264.

Very rare

Condition: Very fine.

Weight: 2.65g.

Diameter: 10mm.

SATRAPS

SATRAPS OF CARIA. Pixodaros (Circa 341/0-336/5 BC). Didrachm. Halikarnassos.

Obv: Laureate head of Apollo facing slightly right, with drapery at neck.

Rev: ΠIΞΩΔAPOY.

Zeus standing right, holding labrys.

Traité II 111; SNG Copenhagen 597.
Condition: Near extremely fine.

Weight: 6.99g.

Diameter: 18mm.

CILICIA. Soloi. Balakros (Satrap of Cilicia, 333-323 BC). Stater.
Obv: Baaltars seated left on throne, holding lotus-tipped sceptre; grain ear and grape bunch to left; to right, B above ornamented trident.
Rev: Draped bust of Athena facing slightly left, wearing triple-crested helmet.
SNG BN 196-8 var. (controls); SNG Levante 52-3 var. (same).Condition: Near extremely fine. Weight: 10.91 g.
Diameter: 25 mm.

CILICIA. Soloi. Balakros (Satrap of Cilicia, 333-323 BC). Stater.

Obv: Baaltars seated left on throne, holding lotus-tipped sceptre; grain ear and grape bunch to left; to right, B above ornamented trident.

Rev: Draped bust of Athena facing slightly left, wearing triple-crested helmet.

SNG BN 196-8 var. (controls); SNG Levante 52-3 var. (same).

Condition: Near extremely fine.

Weight: 10.91mm.

Diameter: 25mm.

CLAUDIUS (41-54). GOLD Aureus. Rome. Obv: TI CLAVD CAESAR AVG P M TR P.
Laureate head right.
Rev: CONSTANTIAE AVGVSTI.
Constantia seated left on curule chair, raising hand to head. RIC² 2; Calicó 339. Rare Condition: Near very fine, some graffiti on the reverse. Weight: 7.55 g.
Diameter: 19 mm.

CLAUDIUS (41-54). GOLD Aureus. Rome.

Obv: TI CLAVD CAESAR AVG P M TR P.

Laureate head right.

Rev: CONSTANTIAE AVGVSTI.

Constantia seated left on curule chair, raising hand to head.

RIC² 2; Calicó 339.

Rare

Condition: Near very fine, some graffiti on the reverse.

Weight: 7.55g.

Diameter: 19mm.

CARAUSIUS (286-293). Denarius. Londinium. Obv: IMP CARAVSIVS P F AVG.
Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right.
Rev: RONOVAT (sic) ROAM (sic) / RSR.
Lupa Romana right, head lowered, suckling the twins Romulus and Remus. RIC 571 var. (rev. legend). Ex Lanz 76 (18 May 1996), lot 829. Very rare. Condition: Near extremely fine.
Weight: 3.89 g.
Diameter: 18 mm.

CARAUSIUS (286-293). Denarius. Londinium.

Obv: IMP CARAVSIVS P F AVG. Laureate, draped and cuirassed bust right.

Rev: RONOVAT (sic) ROAM (sic) / RSR.
Lupa Romana right, head lowered, suckling the twins Romulus and Remus.

RIC 571 var. (rev. legend).

Ex Lanz 76 (18 May 1996), lot 829. Very rare.

Condition: Near extremely fine.

Weight: 3.89g.

Diameter: 18mm.

CONSTANTINE IX MONOMACHUS (1042-1055). GOLD Tetarteron Nomisma. Constantinople. Obv: Facing bust of Christ Pantokrator.
Rev: Crowned and draped facing bust of Constantine, holding labarum and globus cruciger. Sear 1833. Condition: Extremely fine.
Weight: 4.05 g.
Diameter: 18 mm.

CONSTANTINE IX MONOMACHUS (1042-1055). GOLD Tetarteron Nomisma. Constantinople.

Obv: Facing bust of Christ Pantokrator.

Rev: Crowned and draped facing bust of Constantine, holding labarum and globus cruciger.

Sear 1833.

Condition: Extremely fine.

Weight: 4.05g.

Diameter: 18mm.

SAAC I COMNENUS (1057-1059). GOLD Histamenon Nomisma. Constantinople. Obv: + IҺS XIS RЄX RЄGNANTIҺM.
Christ Pantokrator seated facing on throne.
Rev: + ICAAKIOC BACIΛЄЧC PωM.
Isaac standing facing, holding sword and sheath. Sear 1843. Condition: Choice extremely fine. Weight: 4.38 g.
Diameter: 24 mm.

ISAAC I COMNENUS (1057-1059). GOLD Histamenon Nomisma. Constantinople.

Obv: + IҺS XIS RЄX RЄGNANTIҺM. Christ Pantokrator seated facing on throne.

Rev: + ICAAKIOC BACIΛЄЧC PωM.
Isaac standing facing, holding sword and sheath.

Sear 1843.

Condition: Choice extremely fine.

Weight: 4.38g.

Diameter: 24mm.

 

 


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